Clean Energy For Maine
About Clean Energy for Maine
Along with creating jobs and upgrading Maine’s power grid, the Clean Energy Corridor keeps Maine on course for a clean energy future. By importing hydro-electric power from its neighbor to the north, Maine can be less reliant on dirty fossil fuels, especially in winter.
The Clean Energy Corridor also protects Maine’s valuable forests. Most of the transmission line runs along existing routes, and the project is designed for a small environmental footprint.
No surprise then that 95% of the funding for fighting the project is from out-of-state oil & gas companies. They don’t want clean energy for Maine.
It is time to check the facts and put aside the misinformation. The Clean Energy Corridor means affordable electricity now and a renewable energy future for Maine.
Who would reject that?
The Clean Energy Corridor Means
Vote No on Question 1 on Election DayOctober 31, 2021
Vote ‘no’ on 1; we need the CMP corridor | Norman BakerOctober 31, 2021
Joe Biden’s energy secretary wants Mainers to back the CMP corridor | Jessica PiperOctober 28, 2021
Governor Mills: Why I voted No on Question OneOctober 28, 2021
Vote ‘no’ on Question 1 to fight climate change | Letter to the EditorOctober 28, 2021
The Maine Idea: Keep big picture in view on Question 1 | Douglas RooksOctober 28, 2021
Permitting decisions shouldn’t be made by politicians. That’s Question 1’s big flaw. | Benjamin DudleyOctober 28, 2021
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